Despite speculation his departure is imminent, the 22-year-old said last night he was yet to make a decision on his future.
It is understood the Broncos’ have tabled a one-year offer.
“I am not sure what I am doing yet,” Capewell said.
“They have got an offer there for me and so do the Titans.
“It has all only really happened this week. I am enjoying my time here so it is a tough decision.”
Capewell, who also has a one-year offer from the Titans, has spent the majority of the season stuck playing with feeder club Ipswich in the Queensland Cup.
The Titans have decided that Capewell’s best position is at fullback but the Charleville product has previously said that he prefers playing at five-eighth.
The Broncos have an abundance of emerging stars at fullback and their decision to go after Capewell could mean they see him as a potential replacement for retiring skipper Darren Lockyer.
Capewell’s manager George Mimis also denied his move to the Broncos was already a done deal but hinted he would most likely be leaving the Titans.